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. sacramento's sheriff takes on california's attorney general. john mcguinness criticized a campaign statement on jerry brown's website targeting opponent meg whitman for record spending money that could be used instead to pay for police and teachers. >> he should mutt his money where his mouth is. >> reporter: we did the math and brown could cover 196 sacramento deputies for one year with the $28 million his campaign has raised so far. whitman with $119 million could pay for 833 deputies. but mcguinness says he doesn't really believe the candidates should hand over their war chests. he just felt the need to call out brown for a hypocritical statement. >> i offered that thought with a little bit of, uhm, i guess absurdity to make a point. >> reporter: the brown campaign stands by its criticism of whitman's record spending. and as for the sheriff's a spokesman says, i believe sheriff mcguinness may have more important and less partisan things to worry about. mcguinness says there is nothing more important than california's future and he thinks whitman is the one who will bring real reform to a
for 40 hours straight at a comedy club in portland. guinness is jet to certify that record. ten audiences had to be there at all times and stay awake. >>> helping you eat healthy on a budget. abc 2 news at six starts right now. >>> maryland's governor's race is taking a negative turn as the state moves toward november's general election. good evening i'm kelly swoope. there is not much space in the polls between governor o'malley. it sets up a close race between the republican and the democrat. both parties really have a lot another stake. >> reporter: now the primary is passed, the focus is squarely on maryland's governor race and the gloves are coming off. >> with martin o'malley as governor maryland has moved back ward. >> reporter: bob's campaign releases positive ads the gop is doing the dirty work. this ad from the republican governor association blasts o'malley for the unemployment rate and raising taxes during his term.
and attempted to cook up a world record with more than 2,000 pound of gooey mac and cheese. yummy. guinness hasn't weighed in yet. the official all you can eat macaroni for 5 bucks is a sure winner. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is meteorologist bill karins with your national and regional forecast. bill, add some bread crumbs and cajun spices from louisiana and i'm good. >> so you don't just get it on out of the box. >> oh, no. you have to add your spices to it. >> that's good stuff. >>> let's talk about what's happening in the tropics, first off. tropical storm matthew blew up a little bit. this looks like it would normally go safely inland here. this storm, though, is going to stall out and this is going to be the storm that will do the most destruction and be the most dangerous with mudslides and flooding that we've had so far this season. it's going to sit over central america and belize and mexico over the next five days. this is going to stall out here, but still be close enough to the warm water of the caribbean to maintain itself. this is going to be a da
. guinness hasn't weighed in yet. >>> now for a look at your national and regional wlr, here is bill karins with your national and regional forecast. >> we're looking forward to the weekend. we are dealing with a tropical storm out there. a lot of people wondering will this ever affect the united states. it's possible. but it would at least be 7 to 10 days from now. this is tropical storm matthew. you notice it heads up to here to belize and affects the yucan areas from cancun through southern mexico into tuesday. so we've got a -- this is going to be a very slow moving storm through upcoming weekend. after this point, it's unsure if it would move into the gulf or dissipate over land here. that's tropical storm matthew. the big story here in the states has been the heat. it was 90 degree heat. you can see it from dallas almost to chicago. d.c. was 93 yesterday. everywhere in red, the whole southeast and tennessee valley was in the 90s yesterday and today is going to be just as warm because that front shedding through st. louis and chicago. we have at least one more warm day before the coole
in amp attempt to cook up a world record with 2,000 pounds of gooey cheese. guinness hasn't weighed in about an official record. for $5, cheesy macaroni, a sure winner. >>> nbc's bill karins with the weather forecast. i love macaroni. a huge bowl like that doesn't look that appetizing. does it? >> i think the bowl looked full at one time. that was like the bottom of the barrel. >> the next record they'll break. now mac and cheese people ate. >> yeah. all you can eat contest of mac and cheese would be interesting. let's chat about your forecast. very warm conditions in the eastern half of the country. cooler air coming down from canada. the west coast, you have been cool as of late, but at warm-up this weekend. a big front in the middle of the country, dividing the air to the east. another system in the northern rockies and another big storm in the gulf of alaska affecting mostly british columbia a few clouds from seattle to the puchapucget sound. it will be warm. temperatures are going to jump especially saturday into sunday. the only cool spot behind this little clipper-type system
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